Hi all, I am looking for a way to extract a relative land use for a given area. So that output would be provide in the following way for example: (forest = 60%, farm = 10%, residential=30%).

I used overpass API to extract this information,

See the results here http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/lID . It provides me with large polygons. How can I extract only the area relevant to my bounding box. Is there a specific query for it? Otherwise is there a gis library on python that can help me to do the post-processing ?

Any help is appreciated.

asked 05 Feb '17, 21:04

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